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Marin UnFairfax SC2 (2014)

City-bike modified into an an 'Adventure Racer'/ 'Hybrid Hill Climbing' Bike'.

Marin Fairfax SC 2/ 19 inch/ 2014

Now Bike Nashbar carbon fork w alu steerer tube. Previously Ridley/ 4ZA Zornyc Carbon w alu steerer temporarily removed from Ridley XBow 116A

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano XT Triple 175mm/ Shimano Dura Ace Hollowtech (external). See 'More info'.

Controltech Burst with Zefal toeclips & straps/

Shimano 10 speed sissy cassette/ KMC 10 speed

Shimano Deore 10 speed

Ritchey Alu WCS Wet Black/ Ritchey Alu 130mm WCS Wet Red

Now Specailized Romin Evo/ Ritchey WCS. Previously Selle Italia C2 Genuine Gel/ Giant 27.2 carbon with alu top

Avid Single Digit 7/ Avid Single Digit 7

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Araya 36hole/ Cheap Shimano hubs/ Schwalbe CX Comp/ Schwalbe Marathon

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Araya 36hole/ Cheap Shimano hubs/ Schwalbe CX Comp Racing wheels - tubular rims - Mavic CX 18 with Dura Ace hubs and Vittoria CX tubs (smooth roads) or Ambrosio Formula 20 rims/ Shimano 105 hubs/ Continental tubs

Now Specialized Rib cage. Previously Elite Ciussi Gel bottle cage/ K Edge chain keeper/ Ritchey WCS alu bar ends/

More Info:
This bike lives in Pune, Maharashtra, India. Sticker on frame sez 'Made in Indonesia'! Well made frame. Started off as a mod for adventure racing and hill climbing. Wanted to use a DA set of bearings (will switch to Aerozine 'ceramic' later maybe). Had to do some manipulation of the spacer washers, but it worked. Have a K Edge chain keeper (the MTB kind) ever since I dropped a chain on a bump (lame excuse) in a race and fell off the bike! The bottle cage (Elite Ciussi Gel) is heavier than most, but holds bottles securely on rough ground. Would swop it for carbon in a short hill climb race. And yeah, I take off the valve caps and check nuts! Headset Ritchey WCS, ditto bar ends. Hope to get a WCS seat post as well. I like Ritchey stuff! Well made, reliable (contrary to some stuff I've read), light and looks awesome!

Added by Ashok_Captain. Last updated over 8 years ago.

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